The Public Transport Users Association (PTUA) has praised the Victorian Liberal Party for committing to deliver yet another Labor broken promise with the delivery of the Cranbourne East rail extension. Continue reading Praise for Cranbourne East extension
The proposed Dingley Freeway will encourage more traffic and dump it onto local roads in the middle of Kingston, the Public Transport Users Association (PTUA) warned today.
“Local and international evidence proves that building new roads doesn’t solve congestion; it just encourages more traffic,” said PTUA Treasurer Kerryn Wilmot. “Numerous freeways and bypasses have been built in Melbourne with the promise of ending congestion, and each one has filled up with more traffic creating more pollution.”
Continue reading Dingley Freeway a road to nowhere
What do rising oil prices and accelerating climate change mean for Frankston? Is our transport system ready for a carbon-constrained future?
Learn more and become part of the solution, at our free film screening on Thursday 26th of October. Continue reading Frankston: free film screening
The Public Transport Users Association (PTUA) has called on the government to include Southland Station in its Transport and Liveability blueprint for Melbourne, to be released later this year. Continue reading Southland Station “Obvious”